TRIMM in top 10 best digital agencies of the Netherlands
For the sixth time in a row, we have been named one of the best digital agencies in the Netherlands. Since 2017, we can be found in the independently compiled and leading list of Emerce100. This list independently assesses the performance of service providers in the e-business and marketing industry. This year we were rated with a whopping 5.5 stars, which puts us in a shared 3rd place in the category 'digital agency full-service large'.
We are super proud of this recognition. The hard work and good care for the clients by the TRIMM'ers translates into a top10 position in the Emerce100 list for many years now. A very good incentive to continue like this!Marc Woesthuis, managing director TRIMM
Where in the past about a hundred companies were surveyed, this year no less than 950 service providers are included in Emerce’s research. This makes us even prouder to still be on top of the list as one of the best full-service digital agencies in the Netherlands. Our partners Magnolia (Content management systems), Commercetools (eCommerce) and Akamai (IT security) also lead the list in their specific categories. Our +100 digital specialists work passionately across the board to realize online campaigns, Internet applications and platforms for our clients. We derive appreciation from the cooperation with our clients and the successes we achieve for them. Nevertheless, the recognition of awards always provides a moment of celebration. See the video below for an impression.
About the Emerce100
Emerce is the leading platform in the Netherlands for online business and marketing. To paint the best possible picture of the market, Emerce publishes the Emerce100 every year. For this purpose, they research the reputation of agencies in the Netherlands in collaboration with research agency Motivaction.
Decision makers working in the field of online marketing, ICT and e-business judge the performance of service providers in the e-business and marketing industry over the past year. The agencies have no influence whatsoever on the outcome of the ratings.